- Performer:Band Of The Singapore Military Forces
- Title:Majulah Singapura (State Anthem Of Singapore)
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Majulah Singapura is the national anthem of Singapore. Composed by Zubir Said in 1958 as a theme song for official functions of the City Council of Singapore, the song was selected in 1959 as the island's anthem when it attained self-government. Upon full independence in 1965, Majulah Singapura was formally adopted as Singapore's national anthem.
Majulah Singapura means Onward Singapore. It was originally composed by Encik Zubir Said as the anthem for the City Council to commemorate the opening of a refurbished Victoria Theatre in 1958. The composer was the music director for Cathay-Keris Film Productions and in his oral history interview, he recalled that he was approached to write the piece by then Mayor Ong Eng Guan through an intermediary. Majulah Singapura was launched as the state national anthem on 3 December 1959 on the first day of National Loyalty Week that was celebrated that year. This was a very significant occasion which also saw the inauguration of Encik Yusof Ishak as Singapore’s first Malayan-born Yang Di-Pertuan Negara (Head of State), replacing the first Yang Di-Pertuan Negara and last colonial Governor of Singapore, Sir William Goode.
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Majulah Singapura" was composed in 1958 by the late Encik Zubir Said. Then Mayor of the City Council of Singapore, Mr Ong Eng Guan, approached Encik Zubir Said to write an official song for the City Council to commemorate the newly renovated Victoria Theatre. It was first played by the Singapore Chamber Ensemble. It was performed again on 3 December 1959 as Singapore's National Anthem. Recounting his thoughts on writing the Anthem, Encik Zubir Said said
The Singapore national anthem, Majulah Singapura, was composed in 1958 by Zubir Said, a prolific songwriter, as the official song of the City Council of Singapore. After Singapore became a self-governing state under British rule on 3 June 1959, the song was shortened and refined before it was adopted as the state national anthem. the Radio Singapore Orchestra; the Military Forces Band as well as the visiting Berlin Chamber Orchestra. By October 1959, schools were instructed by the Ministry of Education to teach Majulah Singapura to students, in anticipation of the song becoming the state national anthem. 26 On 11 November, the following month, the anthem was unanimously accepted by the Legislative Assembly as a symbol of the new State of Singapore, together with the other two state symbols – the state crest and.
Majulah Singapura(English: Onward Singapore; Chinese: 前进吧，新加坡; Tamil: முன்னேறட்டும் சிங்கப்பூர்) is the national anthem of Singapore. Composed by Zubir Said in 1958 as a theme song for official functions of the City Council of Singapore, the song was selected in 1959 as the island’s anthem when it attained self-government. Upon full independence in 1965, Majulah Singapura was formally adopted as Singapore’s national anthem.
Majulah Singapura means Onward Singapore Daha Fazla. EARLY VERSION OF MAJULAH SINGAPURA PERFORMED BY THE SINGAPORE MILITARY FORCES BAND, 1959 Archivist Pick of the Week. 7 Kasım 2018, 08:07 ·. Herkese Açık. Zubir Said 'Majulah Singapura' bir fotoğraf paylaştı. In memory of our Majulah Singapura national songwriter Zubir Said whose Birthday falls today 22July Daha Fazla
From the beginning Singapore, one of the most highly organized social systems in the world, controlled the appropriate usage of these national symbols. On November 5, 1960, the Yang di-Pertuan Negara, empowered by The Singapore State Arms and Flag and National Anthem Rules Ordinance, 1959, established twelve rules for flag and anthem use. The flag was restricted to important govern-ment buildings and always given a position of honor and respect. It was forbidden as a means of adornment or advertisement. All were required to stand at the playing of the National Anthem. The phrase Majulah Singapura translates as Onward Singapore. 9 of Singapore Government Gazette. The Singapore State Arms and Flag and National Anthem Rules, 1960.
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|A||–Band Of The Singapore Military Forces||Majulah Singapura (State Anthem Of Singapore)|
|B||–Singapore Ministry Of Education Choir||Majulah Singapura (State Anthem Of Singapore)|
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Label Code (Side A): 7XJM. 101
- Label Code (Side B): 7XJM. 102